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ma la la, turning 16 today. the young pakistani education activist shot by the taliban speaks out with inspiration at the united nations. >> malala day is not my day. today it the day of every woman, every boy, and every gun who have raised their voice for their rights. >> those inspiring words just a short time ago in new york at the united nations. good day to you, i'm peter alexander in today for andrea mitchelling a the trial of george zimmerman nears its end. the next phase of this often wrenching process begins as the jury begins its deliberations. we will hear from the judge. we expect perhaps before the end of this hour with instructions for the jury. we want to bring in our msnbc legal analyst, lisa bloom and nbc's craig melvin live in sanford. 23 days of trial, 12 days of testimony, 56 witnesses. now finally we await a verdict. it could come, frankly, not long from now after the jury is read the instructions from the judge. lisa, i want to begin with you and just go back to what we heard over the course of the last hour. the final argument made by the prosecution. what w
a separate peace with the taliban. our interests are not same as his at this point. the american interest is to disengage and to get out. and the taliban is no longer viewed necessarily in the same way as al qaeda, as a threat to the united states. if the taliban wants to parts tonight in government the united states is saying fine there could be some accommodation. karzai has to stay there in kabul and his successor after next year's election and live with whatever result comes out of it. they have very different points of view, president obama and president karzai, for good reasons. >> go ahead, andrea. one of the big tests now is whether karzai will permit the first freely handed over afghan government. it's not clear. he says he will. but we don't see what's going to happen in terms of the candidates and another leader emerging. that's one issue. the other issue is is that karzai has been himself quietly dealing with some elements in the taliban all along. it's just something that no one wants to confirm. >> if there was to be a residual force for either of you, how big would it be an
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